Muga Rosado 2018, Rioja 92 James Suckling
Mostly Garnacha with 25% Viura and 5% Tempranillo. On the palate, the wine has good acidity, slight citrus fruit
notes and a long aftertaste. It pairs well with fish tartar, ceviche, salad, pasta, rice dishes.
oFillo da Condesa Albarino 2018, Rias Baixas 90 Wine Spectator
Shows a characteristic bright yellow color, with a vibrant minerality that’s reminiscent of the sea. It has good
structure on the palate, well-integrated acidity, and a great aromatic intensity with a touch of floral notes
Laya 2019, Almansa 90 Wine Advocate
This 70% Garnacha and 30% Monastrell blend, has superb bouquet of pure dark cherries, blackberry and incense
that would normally grace a wine far more expensive. The palate is medium-bodied with layers of succulent black
fruit that is neatly entwined with the subtle French oak. It is not a complex wine but it is supremely well crafted for
the unbeatable price.
Gota de Arena Tempranillo 2017, Castilla y León 92 James Suckling
Deep purple color, the aromatics erupt from the glass featuring a mix of crushed red and black fruits, and sweet
spice tinged with cedar. An incredible value, possessing fantastic fruit, excellent mid-palate depth and ripe tannins.
Juan Gil Silver Monastrell 2017, D.O. Jumilla 94 GUIA PEÑIN
Rich black cherry hue, and powerful nose of winter berries with smoky notes from aging in the French oak. It
shows excellent structure and great depth in the mouth, continuing to provide a perfect balance of fruit and earth
through the long finish.
Breca ‘Oldest Vines’ Garnacha 2016, D.O. Calatayud 91 Jeb Dunnuck
Deep color and character, as well as lively acidity. The wine is characterized by aromas of ripe black fruit,
overlaid with spices such as black pepper.